The Easiest Guide to Webflow for Beginners

3 years ago from , Webflow/No-Code Enthusiast, Product Designer & Product Maker. Tweets as @janlosert. Pixels on http://dribbble.com/JanLosert.

Hi DesignerNews!

Webflow is getting massively popular. And in my eyes an incredible way how to step up your web design/prototyping game. So I've decided to write down all of the important bits and pieces about Webflow that I learned and incorporated into my daily work. These will help you jump quickly into creating without wondering which elements you should use and struggling to find a way around the interface. I've also recorded all of the tips in a relatively short Youtube video! Let me know what do you think and if you are planning on moving to Webflow as well!

P.S.: This guide is completely non-technical, in fact — I moved to Webflow as a designer and can’t on my own write a single line of code, yet I'm now delivering clients fully functional websites.

Medium Article: https://medium.com/@JanLosert/webflow-uncovered-the-easiest-guide-for-beginners-45358aa5839d?source=friends_link&sk=a46932ee91c9e0cc2d212f15063cadb4

Youtube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GkdN96j3I0


  • Dan BDan B, 3 years ago

    Wow, great guide Jan. Super detailed. Bonus points for the GIFs.

    I've been on the fence for months for Webflow (I initially wanted to design our /psychology page in there).

    One of our main blocker is that we're considering a membership site, and the WF membership plugins have a % fee instead of a flat fee.

    Unless you're aware of another plugin that I should consider?

    Cheers and good job again.

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    • , 3 years ago

      I would go for Memberstack or working with Gumroad :) But yeah, the fee is a little downside but these products have to make living somehow as well.

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  • Travis Swan, 3 years ago

    Fantastic job Jan! This is a perfect resource for me, and I'll definitely be referring back to this material you've made!

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